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As of 3 May 2017 the Panther Ausf. G was deconstructed and transported to the Bastogne Barracks (the Royal Museum of the Army) for a 2 year renovation, where it will be overhauled returning it to Houffalize when it's finished. The tank is owned by the town of...read more

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The ‘Battle of the Bulge’ or the ‘Ardennes Offensive’ was the single biggest and bloodiest battle American soldiers have ever fought. Before dawn on Dec. 16, a German artillery bombardment preceded a powerful attack along a 40-mile front that...read more

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The true story below is about my father and a Christmas seventy two years ago. I wrote it many years ago and it has been reprinted and put on websites around the world. You can read the full story in my book “The Mortarmen” I offer this story once...read more

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With the holiday season upon us Angus has a festive episode for you.

The US 28th Infantry Division landed in France in July of 1944. After fighting through the Bocage, and taking part in the parade through Paris to mark its liberation, they were sent to the Hürtgen Forest.

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Since the epic Band of Brothers miniseries debuted in 2001, there has been a seemingly never-ending supply of published unit histories and personal reminiscences of troopers who served with the 101st Airborne Division. One might ask if the late Donald Rich’s memoirs, while noteworthy, warranted...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 29, 2016

It has gained fame in the English-speaking world due to its usage in the 1965 film Battle of the Bulge. While throughout that film German characters speak English, the song is sung in the original German.

It was composed in June 1933 by Oberleutnant Kurt Wiehle while on his way to...read more

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Photo's Only - M4A1(76)W Sherman La Roche-en-Ardenne, Belgium. This M4A1(76)W Sherman with nickname AMBOY was placed in 2004in the town of La Roche-en-Ardenne as a memorial. It replaced a M26 Pershing tank that was on the same spot. That M26 Pershing went to Le Camp Roi Albert in Marche....read more

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Look at the reasons why the Allies were surprised by the German attack in the Ardennes, better known as the Battle of the Bulge. 

The Battle of Bulge was the last major German offensive operation in World War 2. Yet, it caught the Western Allies by surprise. How was this possible? After...read more

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